How to avoid getting scammed over the holidays

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December 2, 2011, 8:15 pm
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(NECN) - It's time for the holidays, and that means a lot to people around the world - including scammers.

Posing too much information on social media is only one way you can make yourself more vulnerable to scams during the holidays. This time of year may be the worst for scams and scammers.

Joining NECN Business for its second installment in its series on avoiding holiday scams is Steve Weisman, a Massachusetts attorney, Bentley University professor and the author of seven books, including "The Truth About Avoiding Scams."

Tags: holidays, scams, Steve Weisman
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